sack back and crack wax in Benidorm?

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  1. Judge Mental

    Judge Mental Funster Deceased RIP

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    I love cycling, wear all the gear but still make it back to site with a sore bottom...All part of being a hirsute male I guess. any recommendations for waxing in Beni from more experienced funster's ?:D

    i'm going to lie down now:cry:
     
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  2. RowleyBirkinQC

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    Given the nature of the discomfort described and the related services being sought, I can't help wondering if "cycling" is nothing but an elaborate ruse for something far more "interesting" here... ;):LOL:

    I'm also somewhat hirsute, but the prospect of that which you seek fills me with terror!! :eek:
     
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  3. Vlad The Impaler

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    Whilst in the shower a good handful of immac around the region in question may do the trick!




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    I've heard that veet for men is better - just look at the reviews to see how effective it is. Cycling pain will be a thing of the past ....

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Veet-Men-Hair-Removal-Cream/dp/B000KKNQBK
     
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    Alternatively, good quality cycling shorts and saddle will help. What do you use now?
     
  6. Judge Mental

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    Cheeky monkey! :)
     
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    I have a top Selle saddle and wear good quality MTB shorts with the padded liner.

    Its the hairy bottom that the problem:)

    I have had cream sugested, will try that first!!
     
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    I haven't tried cream yet but have found that my mtb shorts don't have as much padding as my road bike shorts so I wear them on most rides.
     
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    I thought you were joking !
    I'd be very wary about doing anything in that department ,for reasons I don't want to go into I had my rear end shaved once.
    When it started to grow back it was a very unpleasant experience for weeks all that tight stubbly hair catching on my undies and the itching .
    If you have to do it I'd consider laser treatment so it can't grow back.Or a short trim with scissors and a load of talc may be a better idea.



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    that stubble problem did occur to me :(

    it was meant as a funny post, but the discomfort real enough I can assure you! maybe will try my lycra shorts with in built liner and cream before such drastic measures!:)
     
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    blimey some reviews! talk about obsessed with down below......thought I had wondered into a leather boys web site:censored:
     
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    So, am I right in thinking the funsters in beni offer this treatment as a skidli sideline?
     
  13. John Laidler

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    This stuff is good, you can get it in tubes but the individual sachets are convenient: https://www.cyclestore.co.uk/paceli...zWADalUIUJiayuqDy2cf_sW4u0Y4pmI3fyxoCtx3w_wcB

    If you can find a cycle shop locally they are bound to sell something, and you won't find it on the top shelf or under the counter - it is very commonly used!

    But ultimately the only cure for saddle soreness is, wierdly, time in the saddle - building up the distances until your butt hardens off a bit. But for a trial to see if a cream might help try some vaseline. It should work almost as well.
     
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    One of my favourite concluding paragraphs is ....

    "However if we ignore the blinding, crippling and debilitating pain I should point out that this product is remarkably effective. Before, all manner of organisms great and small lived down there, now nothing can grow; not even on a cellular level. Sadly this includes my genitalia; I've spent the last four hours staring fixedly at Carol Vorderman's arse, all to no avail. My tinkywinkleton hasn't even so much as perked up, so if my review seems a bit harsh, it's only because I wanted children."
     
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    Alan said mix vase line with carborundum paste. May not solve the hair problem but you'll be a damn site quicker on the bike!:roflmto:
     
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    :Eeek::Eeek::Eeek::Eeek::Eeek:
     
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    Theses are some of the funniest things I've read in years! Should get @Mousy and her good man to read them in case the waxing is too painful! Have been in tears of laughter!
     
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    See what happens when you ride those cheap German electric bikes!! You need to get a decent road bike like your missus, at least the discomfort would be deserved then :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    You think you have problems with a hairy bum crack.







    Imagine this poor man.
    image.jpg
     
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    careful using oils or petroleum jelly, as the friction could burn your saddle, and bum hairs, to a crisp:imoutahere::rofl:
     
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